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3 February 2020

Pros

Good pay, 30% discount on most things, free Seaworld passes

Cons

Working outside, uniforms, short breaks

Good pay, 30% discount on most things, free Seaworld passes

3 February 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Anonymous Employee)

28 August 2019

Pros

Free admission and good discount on all other things, culinary gives you free food most of the time

Cons

not very many hours and it gets very hot.

Advice to Management

nothing but all our assistant supervisors got fired so it was difficult

Free admission and good discount on all other things, culinary gives you free food most of the time

28 August 2019

Reviewed by: Stadium Sales in San Diego, CA (Former Contractor)

25 July 2018

Pros

Good employee discount (30% off Merch/Food) Employees were friendly and they're willing to hire those who are high schoolers (16-18 years) Shifts are usually 6-8 hours depending on what department.

Cons

Some disorganization amongst different departments Management could be disorganized

Good employee discount (30% off Merch/Food)

25 July 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Anonymous Employee)

9 March 2019

Pros

• Free admission to SeaWorld and Busch Gardens (12 comp tickets per year). • 30% discount for employees and 40% over Christmas • Flexible schedule. • Nice co-workers. • EXTREMELY relaxed environment (half of the time) to the point of boredom. • Good for a first job

Cons

• You get no hours (24 hours weekly max during high-season). • When low-season hits you barely get any days scheduled to work (sometimes only 1 day a week). • No overtime EVER. • If they aren't making enough money the day you are working, they'll send you home and you can't say anything about it. • Absolutely no help whatsoever to grow within the company SPECIALLY if you are in Merchandise (even if you have a degree). • Next to zero chances to become full-time. • Hostile guests. • Since almost everyone is part-time you get zero benefits (health, etc.).

Advice to Management

Not sure if Management knows what's going on, they don't seem to connect with guests to the point of the park being almost empty during the week. Merchandise Leads are super nice and will help you out as needed, they are doing the best they can with what they have. HR needs to help employees at least interview for positions before turning them down (even when they have all the requirements needed). If you are going to charge guests for paper bags because we are "helping the environment", then don't purchase everything wrapped in plastic that we can't recycle! A little hypocrite if you ask me. All in all, the park is cool, and the festivals are as well, hope it lasts enough to see improvement.

• 30% discount for employees and 40% over Christmas

9 March 2019

Reviewed by: Sales Associate in Orlando, FL (Current Employee)

6 October 2020

Pros

The staff make sure everyone is taken care of, you get an employee discount, and into park free

Cons

Everything is good except for the heat

The staff make sure everyone is taken care of, you get an employee discount, and into park free

6 October 2020

Reviewed by: Seasonal Cashier/Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX

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